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1 Taking a Look at PARCC Deb Bellinger Elementary Curriculum Consultant Calcasieu Parish

2  Teachers will be able to describe the structure of the PARCC assessment, including the three performance tasks and the item types.  Teachers will be able to describe the three unit assessments and how they will prepare students for the PARCC assessment. Goals

3 Comprehend (access) meaningful, on level texts Speak and write in response to meaningful texts Goals for Students in ELA

4  PARCC Performance Assessment Tasks  Item Types and Structure of the Assessment  Unit Assessments in the Guidebook Agenda

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6  Literary Analysis  Narrative  Research Simulation 3 Performance Tasks

7  Form a group of three  Number yourselves 1-3  PARCC Performance Based Component  1s read Literary Analysis  2s read Narrative Writing  3s read Research Simulation  Choose 3 key points to share with your team  I will signal when to begin (1 min each) Jigsaw

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9  PARCC Performance Assessment Tasks  Item Types and Structure of the Assessment  Unit Assessments in the Guidebook Agenda

10 Item Types Performance Based Assessment

11 Evidence-Based Selected Response (EBSR)—Combines a traditional selected-response question with a second selected-response question that asks students to show evidence from the text that supports the answer they provided to the first question. Underscores the importance of Reading Anchor Standard 1 for implementation of the CCSS. Technology-Enhanced Constructed Response (TECR)—Uses technology to capture student comprehension of texts in authentic ways that have been difficult to score by machine for large scale assessments (e.g., drag and drop, cut and paste, shade text, move items to show relationships). Range of Prose Constructed Responses (PCR)—Elicits evidence that students have understood a text or texts they have read and can communicate that understanding well both in terms of written expression and knowledge of language and conventions. There are four of these items of varying types on each annual performance-based assessment. 11 Three Innovative Item Types That Showcase Students’ Command of Evidence with Complex Texts From “Advances in the PARCC/ELA Literacy Assessment,” Aug 2012

12  Read the text “Life in the Limbs” by Heather Kaufman-Peters  Answer the EBSR and TECR items.  Discuss your answers at your table. Try It

13 Evidence Based Selected Response Part A: What is the purpose of the braces described in paragraph 6 of the article? a. They fix broken tree limbs, so a tree house will not fall down. b. They lock several trees together, so almost any kind of tree can be used. c. They join two trees into one unit, so a tree house looks secure. d. They help trees hold up a tree house, so the trees will not break.* Part B: Which two details from the article help support the answer to Part A? a. “Designing unique tree houses may sound tough, but Jonathan says it's no sweat.” b. “’Hardwoods such as oak, maple, or hickory make the best trees for houses—but I did once build a wonderful tree house in a crabapple tree.’” c. “’My tree house is in two trees—an oak and a fir—and has three posts to support the weight.’”* d. “As a certified arborist, Jonathan tries to never harm the trees.”* e. "The tree's center of gravity is at the top and the ends of its branches, so I build a house down at the center of the tree... ” f. "The tree grows over the artificial limbs, and they become part of the tree,...”

14 Possible Main IdeasPossible Supporting Details Jonathan has his own yard zipline. "In fact, as a tree house architect, Jonathan has built more than 380 custom tree houses across the United States." * Jonathan is an experienced tree house builder. * “Jonathan’s love of tree- house living began when he was a kid.” Jonathan works carefully so that tree houses do not hurt the trees. * "It was the most fun I ever had." Jonathan lived in a tree house when he was in college. "'I build a tree house so it helps the tree,' he says." * Jonathan advises readers to learn the names of trees. "'Walk in the woods and learn the different trees. Spend time climbing and learn how to do it safely.'" Jonathan once built a house in a crab apple tree. “One of his favorite names is ‘Ups and Downs.’” Main IdeasSupporting Details Choose the two main ideas and drag them to the empty box labeled “Main Ideas.” Then choose one detail that best supports each main idea. Drag each detail into the empty box labeled “Supporting Details.” Technology Enhanced Constructed Response

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17 Prose Constructed Response

18  Evidence Based Constructed Response  Technology Enhanced Constructed Response  Prose Constructed Response Item Types

19 Structure of the Tasks Performance Based Assessment

20  Read 1 extended literature text  Respond to 1 vocab question  Respond to 2 EBSR or TECR  Read 1 additional literature text  Respond to 1 vocab question  Respond to 2 EBSR or TECR  Respond to 1 PCR - essay Literary Analysis How is this different from the way our students have been assessed? How is this different from the way our students have been assessed?

21  Session 1  Read 1 anchor text  Respond to 1 vocab question  Respond to 2 EBSR or TECR  Session 2  Read additional text (may be multi-media with transcript)  Respond to 1 vocab question  Respond to 2 EBSR or TECR  Read additional text (may be multi-media with transcript)  Respond to 1 vocab question  Respond to 2 EBSR or TECR  Write a PCR - information Research Simulation Grade 3 will have only 2 texts

22  Read 1 short text (either literary or information)  Respond to 5 EBSR or TECR  Respond to 1 PCR - essay Narrative Task

23  PARCC Performance Assessment Tasks  Item Types and Structure of the Assessment  Unit Assessments in the Guidebook Agenda

24  Culminating Writing Task  Cold Read Assessment  Extension Task Each Unit Will Have 3 Assessments

25  For which task(s) will this assessment prepare students?  How will this task address the goals for students? Work with a neighbor to answer:

26 Comprehend (access) meaningful, on level texts Speak and write in response to meaningful texts Goals for Students in ELA

27  Teachers will be able to describe the structure of the PARCC assessment, including the three performance tasks and the item types.  Teachers will be able to describe the three unit assessments and how they will prepare students for the PARCC assessment. Goals

28 Feedback Deb Bellinger

29 Materials List  Note taking pages  Performance task descriptions  “Life in the Limbs”  Sample items for “Life in the Limbs”  Unit One from guidebook – Summative Unit Assessment Tasks

30 Evidence Based Selected Response Part A: What is the purpose of the braces described in paragraph 6 of the article? a. They fix broken tree limbs, so a tree house will not fall down. b. They lock several trees together, so almost any kind of tree can be used. c. They join two trees into one unit, so a tree house looks secure. d. They help trees hold up a tree house, so the trees will not break. Part B: Which two details from the article help support the answer to Part A? a. “Designing unique tree houses may sound tough, but Jonathan says it's no sweat.” b. “’Hardwoods such as oak, maple, or hickory make the best trees for houses—but I did once build a wonderful tree house in a crabapple tree.’” c. “’My tree house is in two trees—an oak and a fir—and has three posts to support the weight.’” d. “As a certified arborist, Jonathan tries to never harm the trees.” e. "The tree's center of gravity is at the top and the ends of its branches, so I build a house down at the center of the tree... ” f. "The tree grows over the artificial limbs, and they become part of the tree,...”

31 Possible Main IdeasPossible Supporting Details Jonathan has his own yard zipline. "In fact, as a tree house architect, Jonathan has built more than 380 custom tree houses across the United States." Jonathan is an experienced tree house builder. “Jonathan’s love of tree- house living began when he was a kid.” Jonathan works carefully so that tree houses do not hurt the trees. "It was the most fun I ever had." Jonathan lived in a tree house when he was in college. "'I build a tree house so it helps the tree,' he says.” Jonathan advises readers to learn the names of trees. "'Walk in the woods and learn the different trees. Spend time climbing and learn how to do it safely.'" Jonathan once built a house in a crab apple tree. “One of his favorite names is ‘Ups and Downs.’” Main IdeasSupporting Details Choose the two main ideas and drag them to the empty box labeled “Main Ideas.” Then choose one detail that best supports each main idea. Drag each detail into the empty box labeled “Supporting Details.” Technology Enhanced Constructed Response For our purposes, you may simply circle your answers in the chart on the right.


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